"We need to embrace 'inner disarmament', reducing our own emotions of suspicion, hatred and hostility toward our brothers & sisters."
- Dalai Lama
SERMONS & STATEMENTS
The Day the World Almost Ended
Church of England Urges United Kingdom to Sign UN Anti-Nuclear Treaty
Archbishops and bishops express ‘much regret’ in letter at refusal to join international peace accord. Stephen Cottrell, archbishop of York is among signatories to a letter calling on the UK government to sign the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
The Catholic Worker Movement - Response to Hiroshima
This statement published by Dorothy Day on behalf of the Catholic Worker Movement September 1, 1945 denounces the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and is outraged at the jubilation in the press. Juxtaposes words and images that contrast the evil of the bomb’s destruction with God’s creative love.
Under the direction of the late Rev. William Sloane Coffin, a group of religious leaders from different national organizations met to address the threat of nuclear war. The group responded by establishing Faithful Security: The National Religious Partnership to End the Nuclear Weapons Danger (Faithful Security).
Sojourners Magazine Archives - February 1977
This publication by Richard McSorley titled "It's a Sin to Build a Nuclear Weapon" is available on this Christian social justice magazine's website. Sojourners grew from Sourjourners' ministries out of the Soujourners Community in Southern Columbia Heights in Washington D.C. during the early 70's.